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KsaWillCreate
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Regular human who tries her best often. Just started creating music and rapping last year by myself in my closet lol huge newbie but just going with the flow and being my weird self. If you appreciate the vibes, lmk! If you don't.... keep on keepin on.
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K'sa
@KsaWillCreate
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Regular human who tries her best often. Just started creating music and rapping last year by myself in my closet lol huge newbie but just going with the flow and being my weird self. If you appreciate the vibes, lmk! If you don't.... keep on keepin on.
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Oh, Hai
Oh, Hai is a quirky and playful song that celebrates cultural diversity and my personal ethnicity. I feel a deep connectedness to Japan and I wanted to offer appreciation and praise through song. My mother was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan and left to come to the United States for college at the age of 18. My grandparents decided to follow suit and move to the states with her and never went back. Due to the war and the impacts it had on life for my grandmother (in addition to the unexpected and untimely deaths of immediate family members and a slew of other things), I never really knew anyone from that side of my family. However, I grew up with such strong ties to Japanese culture that it really shaped who I am and how I operate in the world. I was extremely close with my grandmother and after she passed, I found myself more connected to the Japanese culture than I have before. As playful as I was with this song… it hits deep for me. My Japanese grandmother passed away last year and my heart is still hurting. I wish I had the opportunity to show her my music, this song, and of course to simply communicate with her again—but such is life… This is dedicated to her. おばあちゃん百合に捧げ To all of my fellow mixed babies out there: I encourage you to research your family origins, cultural history, explore what it all means to you, and, above all else, love yourself and embrace your inner weirdo… it’ll attract the right people and experiences into your life.more
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RATT (Run And Tell That) is a bouncy, hyphy, and upbeat eclectic song that really represents who I am in most social senses. It’s meant to be a catchy song that I hope everyone feels inspired to bust out their best dance moves to. ⁠ ⁠ When I originally wrote this song, I intended to actually have it be a bit of a twerking song tbh. I wanted to create a song that I could see my friends getting hyped about and want to dance to when they were either pregaming to go out to the bars or just flat-out having a dance party at home. The problem was: I’m just not sure I have it in me lyrically to write a song that lends itself to mindless twerking. So I wound up segueing into something that is more my speed: an eclectic mix of vocals, adlibs, singing, and rapping. ⁠ ⁠ I’ve lived the last 3 years or so largely sober (with the occasional drink/drunk occurrence) so this song was my tribute to being able to have fun and enjoy myself sober. When I first decided to stop drinking, I was met with a lot of resistance from friends and peers. There was substantial ridicule and judgment, with the stigma that being sober somehow translated to being a wet blanket. Which is absurd. So in a sense, this is my clap back song for that. ⁠ ⁠ To anyone else who might be experiencing change, I encourage you to gravitate towards those people who are supportive of your change. Even if you don’t commit to something like consistent sobriety, maybe you just want to smoke or drink less. Whatever it may be, remember that you define yourself. If someone wants to label you as being “less fun” because you aren’t getting obliterated all of the time with them. That’s okay. Their definition of fun is not your definition of fun (anymore). It doesn’t mean you aren’t “fun,” what it means is that you don’t fit their definition of such. That’s truly all. more
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Wut About the Morals?
Fame, wealth, and status are topics I discuss a lot in my daily life so it only felt natural to incorporate them into a song. This song was a play on how our society glorifies people for appearing to have wealth of some sort yet, it (we) fails to examine how they obtained that wealth and what they are doing with it. And because of that flaw in the system, more often than not these days, we wind up glorifying people who (as far as I’m concerned) aren’t worthy. People who don’t uphold a respectable value system. ⁠ For example, the person who stole, cheated, and lied their way into substantial financial wealth and now, uses their money and power to manipulate others, spend frivolously, and do very little (or nothing) to help others—is that really a person we want to glorify? Regard as the beacon of something we all want to be? Look at as though they are a celebrity who is worthy of our respect? No. Not at all. And it’s also a double-edged sword. In this song, I talk about the person everyone is looking up to now, who did all of those unscrupulous things to attain financial wealth and how they don’t feel “right” inside. They can’t sleep at night. Meanwhile, in the public eye, they seem like they’ve got it all: The mansions, the cars, the clothes, the men or women that are at their sexual disposal, the botox, the fillers, etc. Yet, when they go home at night and retreat from the world of social media, they feel lonely & unsatisfied. ⁠ But again, this is a complex issue. It’s a personal issue. It’s a cultural issue. It’s a societal issue. And it’s a global issue. If someone is raised with nothing, has nothing, and feels like they are nothing, then, when they get a taste of admiration, value, and respect, they can become addicted and run off course without even realizing it. Here’s to going after our goals and dreams without compromising our morals to do so. And, if we find ourselves in a position where we haven’t done things we respect… here’s to also being kind to ourselves as we straighten back out and make things right. It’s never too late to make a change. A big shout out to my long-time homie DJ Impact for this beat! *ps- if you guys want to connect, hit me on IG. And not any of this "follow for follow" stuff, I'm not with that. But if you genuinely want to connect, I'm all about it!more
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